### Oricitoexordium equations

Oricitoexordium principles are what Oricitoexordium equations are based on.

Deals with the importance of the beginning point of an original in relation to that of a cidentireplica

$1.4ME_n^mD_x^yT(\vdash_{\!\!\!n^1}^{\!\!\!n^2}) \;\blacktriangleleft \; Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x,T(\vdash_{\!\!\!n^1}),S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T({\vdash_{\!\!\!n^2}}),S,F)$

$1.4ME_n^mD_x^yT(_i^j,\vdash_{\!\!\!n^1}^{\!\!\!n^2}) \;\blacktriangleleft \; Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x,T(i,\vdash_{\!\!\!n^1}),S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T(j,{\vdash_{\!\!\!n^2}}),S,F)$

$1.4ME_n^mD_x^yT(_i^j,_{n1\!\!\!\!\!\!}^{n2\!\!\!\!}\dashv) \;\blacktriangleleft \; Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x,T(i,{_{n1\!\!\!\!\!\!}\dashv}),S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T(j, {_{n2\!\!\!\!\!}\dashv}),S,F)$

$1.4ME_n^mD_x^yT(_i^j,\vdash_{\!\!\!n1}^{\!\!\!n3},_{n2\!\!\!\!\!\!}^{n4\!\!\!\!}\dashv) \;\blacktriangleleft \; Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x,T(i,\vdash_{\!\!\!n1},{_{n2\!\!\!\!\!\!}\dashv}),S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T(j,{\vdash_{\!\!\!n3}},{_{n4\!\!\!\!\!}\dashv}),S,F)$

$1.4ME_n^mD_x^yT(_{\vdash_ {{n^3}{n^1}}}^{_{{n^4}{n^2}} \dashv_}}) \;\blacktriangleleft \; Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x,T(_{\vdash_{n^1}}^{_{n^2}\dashv}),S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T(_{\vdash_{n^3}}^{_{n^4}\dashv}),S,F)$

$1.4ME_n^mD_x^yT(_{\vdash_ {\stackrel{n^3}{n^1}}}^{\dashv_{\stackrel{n^4}{n^2}}}) \;\blacktriangleleft \; Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x,T(_{\vdash_{n^1}}^{\dashv_{n^2}}),S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T(_{\vdash_{n^3}}^{\dashv_{n^4}}),S,F)$

$1.4ME_n^mD_x^yT_{\vdash_{\stackrel{n^3}{n^1}}}^{\dashv^{\stackrel{n^4}{n^2}}} \;\blacktriangleleft \; Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x,T_{\vdash_{n^1}}^{\dashv_{n^2}},S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_{\vdash_{n^3}}^{\dashv_{n^4}},S,F)$

$1.4ME_n^mD_x^yT_{\vdash {\stackrel{n^3}{n^1}}}^{\dashv {\stackrel{n^4}{n^2}}} \;\blacktriangleleft \; Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x,T_{\vdash_{n^1}}^{\dashv_{n^2}},S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_{\vdash_{n^3}}^{\dashv_{n^4}},S,F)$

$1.4ME_n^mD_x^yT_{\vdash_ {{n^3}{n^1}}}^{\dashv_{{n^4}{n^2}}}} \;\blacktriangleleft \; Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x,T_{\vdash_{n^1}}^{\dashv_{n^2}},S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_{\vdash_{n^3}}^{\dashv_{n^4}},S,F)$

$1.4ME_n^mD_x^yT_{\vdash_ {{n^3}{n^1}}}^{_{{n^4}{n^2}} \dashv_}} \;\blacktriangleleft \; Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x,T_{\vdash_{n^1}}^{_{n^2}\dashv},S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_{\vdash_{n^3}}^{_{n^4}\dashv},S,F)$

The original and cidentireplica have the same structure and functioning

### Citoexordium equations

$\nvdash$ $\vdash$

These are time related equations.

Itoexordium is the name for the concept of how, when or where along the awarepath/physipath it is, or was created, effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness produced by an itobody.

Citoexordium is the name for the concept of how, when or where along the awarepath/physipath it is, or was created, effects the consciousness and ixperiencitness produced by an cidentireplica.

### Citoinception equations

These are time related equations.

Itoinception is the name for the concept of how the time of birth, when an itobody began, or its time of inception effects its consciousness and ixperiencitness.

Citoinception is the name for the concept of how the time of birth, when a cidentireplica began, or its time of inception effects its consciousness and ixperiencitness.

We need a new term for the date of inception of the original and the cidentireplica. Since the time of inception is time related we will expand out the time term "T" with subscripts and superscripts to represent this new variable. The term "b" represents the concept of the time of inception or birth, or the convergence of structure and functioning of the original and cidentireplica.

$1.1M^\nvDash}\;_{b2}^{b1}T \;\blacktriangleleft\; Ori(O,U,E,D,_{}^{b1}T,S,F) =\!\!M^\nvDash}\!\!\!\!= Ori(O,U,E,D,_{}^{b2}T,S,F)$

This equation stated that the original is mentally equal to itself when it comes into existence at a different stage in its life. The term b2 will be at a latter date in the life of the original than b1.

For the period b1 to b2 Ori(T_b2) will not exist so that $Ori(O,U,E,D,T^{b1},S,C) =/M= Ori(O,U,E,D,T^{b2},S,C)$ at that time.

The relational operator$=\!\!M^\nvDash}\!\!\!=$ means that the two are mentally equal but not in time synchronization. This means that one is producing the same mentality before or after the other one.

The term "d" is the symbol that represents death or the end of the functioning that produces consciousness or mentality of an itobody.

$1.1M_{b2}^{b1}T_{d2}^{d1}, \;\;\blacktriangleleft\; Ori(O,U,E,D,_{}^{b1}T^{d1},S,F) =\!\!\!M^\nvDash}\!\!\!= Ori(O,U,E,D,_{}^{b2}T^{d2},S,F)$

This equation states or represents the concept that the original will be mentally equal to itself if it came into existence at a latter date than in fact it had of been created. The structure and functioning will need to be the same.

$1.1M^\nvDash}(_{b2}^{b1}T_{d2}^{d1}, Sb2d,Fb2d) \;\;\blacktriangleleft\; Ori(O,U,E,D,_{}^{b1}T^{d1},_{}^{b1}S^{d1},_{}^{b1}F^{d1}) =\!\!M^\nvDash}\!\!\!= Ori(O,U,E,D,_{}^{b2}T^{d2},_{}^{b2}S^{d2},_{}^{b2}F^{d2})$

This equation states that the original from birth b1 to death d1 will be mentally equal to itself at stage b2 to death d2 with structure and functioning starting at b2 to death d.

$1.4M^\nvDash}(_{b2}^{b1}T) \;\blacktriangleleft\; Ori(O,U,E,D,T^{b1},S,F) =\!\!M^\nvDash}\!\!\!= Cito(O,U,E,D,T_{b2},S,F)$

This equation stated that the original is mentally equal to the cidentireplica when the cidentireplica came into existence at a different stage in the life of the original. All the others factors being identical.

$1_1.4_vM^\nvDash}(T_{b1}^{b2}) \;\blacktriangleleft\; Ori_1(O,U,E,D,^{b1},S,F) =\!\!M^\nvDash}\!\!\!= Cito_v(O,U,E,D,T^{b2},S,F)$

This equation states that Ori(1) will be mentally equal to any cidentireplica(v) that is created at a latter stage in the life of the original as long as the structure and functioning is the same

$1.4M^\nvDash}(E_{nm},D_{xy},T_{ij}^{bb}) \;\blacktriangleleft\; Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x,T_i^b,S,F) =\!\!M^\nvDash}\!\!\!= Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_j^b,S,F)$

In this equation the original is different materially, demensionally, and in a different time but since b = b, in $Ori_1(T^b)== Cito{}_v(T^b)$ they came into existence at the same time.

$1.4M^\nvDash(E_{nm},D_{xy},T_{ij}^{bb})$ is the same as the equation $1.4M(_{nm},D_{xy},T_{ij})$ or we can write

$1.4M(E_{nm},D_{xy},T_{ij}^{bb}) or 1.4M(E_{nm},D_{xy},T_{ij}ij)$

$1_1.4_vM^\nvDash (E_{nm},D_{xy},T_{ij}^{bb2}) \;\blacktriangleleft\; Ori_1(O,U,E_n,D_x,T_i^b,S,F) =\!\!\!M^\nvDash}\!\!\!= Cito_v(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_j^{b2},S,F)$

$1.4M^\nvDash}(E_{nm},D_{xy},T_{ij}^{b1b2}) \;\blacktriangleleft\; Ori_1(O,U,E_n,D_x,T_{i}^{b1},S,F) =\!\!M^\nvDash}\!\!\!\!= Cito_v(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_{j}^{b2},S,F)$

$1.4M^\nvDash}(E_{nm},D_{xy},T_{ij}) \;\blacktriangleleft\; Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x,T_i,S,F) =\!\!M^\nvDash}\!\!\!= Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_j,S,F)$

In this equation the time is the same : $Cito_w(T) == Cito_v(T)$. The time of creation is different.

$Cito_w(O,U,E_n,D_x,(T_i^{bn}),S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito_v(O,U,E_m,D_y,(T_j^{bm})),S,F)

Ori_1(O,U,E_n,D_x ,T_i^{bn},S,F) =\!M\!= j$

Cito_v(O,U,E_m,D_y,(T_j^{bm}),S,F)

### Citotimultiplicity equations

$4_w.4_vM(O_w^w},E_{nm} ,D_{xy},T_{ij}) \xleftarrow{Compaction} \dot= \xrightarrow{Elaboration} Cito_w(O_w,U,E_n,D_x,T_i,S,F) =\!M\!= Cito_v(O_w,U,E_m,D_y,T_j,S,F)$

$4_w.4_vM(O_{ww},E_{wv},D_{wv},T_{wv}) \blacktriangleleft Cito_w(O_w,U,E_w,D_w,T_w,S,F) =\!M\!= Cito_v(O_v,U, E_v,D_v,T_v,S,F)$

This equations states that any cidentireplica (w) made from Ow with materiality Ew will be mentally equal to any other cidentireplica(v)

$4.4_nMn(O,E_{m1mn},D_{x1yn},T_{i_1j_n}) \blacktriangleleft \mathcal{}Cito}_1(O,U,E_{m_1},D_{x_1},T_{i_1},S,F) =\!M\!= Cito_2(O,U,E_{m_2},D_{y_2},T_{i_2},S,F)

=M= ..., Cito_n(O,U,E_{nm} ,D_{yn},T_{in},S,F)$

$1.4_vM(O_1,E_{1v},D_{1v},T_{1v}) \blacktriangleleft Ori_1(O_1,U_1,E_1,D_1,T_1,S_1,F_1) =\!M\!= Cito_v(O_1,U_1,E _v,D _v,T _v,S_1,F_1)$

This equation states that any original, Ori(1), will have the mentality of any cidentireplica Cito(v)

$1.4_vM(O_w,E_{wv},D_{wv},T_{wv}) \blacktriangleleft Ori_w(O_w,U_w,E_w,D_w,T_w,S_w,F_w) =\!M\!= Cito_v(O_w,U_w,E_v,D_v,T_v,S_w,F_w)$

Any original w, will be mentally equal to any cidentireplica v, When $(O_w,U_w S_w,F_w)$are identical.

$Cito_w (O_w,U_w,E_w,D_w,T_w,S_w,F_w) =\!M\!= Cito_v (O_w,U_w,E_v,D_v,T_v,S_w,F_w)$

The general cases

$Ori_1(O,U,E_n,D_x ,T_i,S,F) =\!M\!= Cito_v(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_j,S,F)$

$Ori_w(O,U,E_n,D_x ,T_i,S,F) =\!M\!= Cito_v(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_j,S,F)$

$Cito_w(O,U,E_n,D_x ,T_i,S,F) =\!M\!= Cito_v(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_j,S,F)$

### Citotemporality equations

The term Citotemporality (T), refers to the combination of citohistorality; (H), citofuturality; (F), citotimultiplicity; (M), citoinception; (A), Citocelerity;(C), Citosimultaneousness; (S), Citoquondamality; (Q), Citoprospectality; (P), citoretrogression (R),. Citoexordium equations

$\rightarrowtail \;$ represents the itocelerity concept or the speed that consciousness is being produced at Citocelerity; speeding up

$\; \leftarrowtail$ represents the itocelerity concept or the speed that consciousness is being produced at Citocelerity; slowing down

$\circlearrowleft$ negative repetition citoretrogression (R),.

$\circlearrowright$ positive repetition citoprogression (R),.

$\curvearrowleft$ historality citohistorality; (H)

$\curvearrowright$ futureality citofuturality; (F),

$\looparrowleft$ prospectality Citoprospectality; (P),

$\looparrowright$ quondamality Citoquondamality; (Q),

$\nvdash$ not starting at the same time citoinception; (A),

$\vdash$ starting at the same time citoinception; (A),

$\vDash$ synchronized in time... happening at the same time and at the same "time" speed and the same change of "time" speed.

$\nvDash$ not synchronized in time... not happening at the same time and not at the same "time" speed and the same change of "time" speed.

The principle of citotemporality is the combination of both Citofuturality and Citohistorality. The terms i, and j can be any date and or time.

$1.4\stackrel{=}{=}{_M^2(}T_i^j \blacktriangleleft M(Ori(O,U,E,D,T_i,S,F)) == M(Cito(O,U,E,D,T_j,S,F))$

The mentality of the original will be the same as the mentality its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica and original exists any where in time when the other conditions are met.

$1.4MT_i^j \blacktriangleleft Ori(O,U,E,D,T_i,S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito(O,U,E,D,T_j,S,F)$

The original will be the mentality identical to its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica and original exists any where in time when the other conditions are met.

Because the original and cidentireplica are not in the same time they can be in the same place and made of the same matter.

$1.4MD_x^yT_i^j \;\; \blacktriangleleft Ori(O,U,E,D_x,T_i,S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito(O,U,E,D_y,T_j,S,F)$

If the cidentireplica exists far enough into the past or the future of the original it could be made of the same matter as the original because the cidentireplica after death or before birth will not need its matter to produce consciousness.

$1.4ME_n^mT_i^j \blacktriangleleft Ori(O,U,E_n,D,T_i,S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito(O,U,E_m,D,T_j,S,F)$

If the cidentireplica exists far enough into the past or the future of the original it could exist in the same space as the original because the cidentireplica after death or before birth will no longer needs to exist in that space to produce consciousness.

$1.4ME_n^mD_x^yT_i^j \blacktriangleleft Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x,T_i,S,F) =\!\!M\!\!= Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_j,S,F)$

The original will be the mentality identical to its cidentireplica when the cidentireplica is made of different matter, in a different space, and time but continues to have the identical functioning and structure, is in the same universe with the same physical laws.

$1.4=M_2E_n^mD_x^y,T_i^j \blacktriangleleft M(Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x ,T_i,S,F)) == M(Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_j,S,F))$

$1.1ME_n^mD_x^yT_i^j, \;\; 1.2ME_n^mD_x^yT_i^j, \;\; 2.2ME_n^m,D_x^y,T_i^j, \;\; 2.3ME_n^m,D_x^y,T_i^j, 3.3ME_n^mD_x^yT_i^j, \;\; 1.1=M_2E_n^mD_x^yT_i^j, \;\; 1.2=M2E_n^mD_x^yT_i^j, \;\; 2.2=M_2E_n^m,D_x^y,T_i^j, \;\; 2.3=M_2E_n^m,D_x^y,T_i^j, and \;\; 3.3=M_2E_n^mD_x^yT_i^j,$ are valid as well as the sub equations such as $1.2MT_i^j$ etc.

Equations dealing with behavior like $1.1B(E_{nm} ,D_x^y,T_i^j, 1.2BE_n^m,D_x^y,T_i^j,

1.4BE_n^m,D_x^yT_i^j,$

etc. will be valid, as well as equations of structure and functioning by definition. $1.4SE_n^mD_x^yT_i^j, etc, and 1.4S(E_n^mD_x^yT_i^j,$etc,

$1.4.2\stackrel{=}{=} { _M^{3(}}E_n^{m,o}D_x^{y,z}T_i^{j,k}) \blacktriangleleft M(Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x ,T_i,S,F)) == M(Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_j,S,F)) == M(Ido(O,U,E_o,D_z,T_k,S,F))$

This is the equation that represents the concept that an original, idoriginal, and cidentireplica can exist through out space and time made of different matter and have the same mentality.

$1.4=M_3E_n^{m,o},D_x^{y,z}T_{i}) \blacktriangleleft M(Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x ,T_i,S,F)) == M(Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_i,S,C)) == M(Ido(O,U,E_o,D_z,T_j,S,F))$

This is the equation of the relational concepts that an original, idoriginal, and a cidentireplica can all exist at the same time and have the same mentality.

1. $1.4=_3^{efg}M(E_{nmo},D_{xyz},T_{i}) \; \blacktriangleleft \; _{}^eM(Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x ,T_i,S,C)) ==\; _{}^fM(Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_i,S,F)) == \; _{}^gM(Ido(O,U,E_o,D_z,T_i,S,F))$

The letters (e,f,g) are used as variables representing the number of originals, idoriginal, and cidentireplicas respectively. The number 3 below efg, is for how many equations are being related.

This is the equation of the relational concepts that any number of originals, idoriginals, and a cidentireplicas can all exist at the same time and have the same mentality.

$1.4=M_2E_n^m,D_x^y,T_{i}) \; \blacktriangleleft \; M(Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x ,T_i,S,D_x^y)) == M(Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_,S,D_x^y))$

This is a multiplicity equation stating that a cidentireplica can have the same mentality as the an original at the same time (j) made of different matter, and in a different place.

$1.4ME_n^m,D_x^y,T_{i}) \; \; \blacktriangleleft\; \; (Ori(O,U,E_n,D_x ,T_i,S,F)) =\!\!M\!\!= (Cito(O,U,E_m,D_y,T_j,S,F))$

This is the same equation as the one above but stating it in a different way.

{}_1^2\!\Omega_3^4